The almighty dollar is still the currency of choice in most of the world’s markets, with 65% of all dollars in circulation outside of the U.S.A. …and high exchange rates for the dollar have a profound impact on how trade is done globally, with the world economy depending on the American currency now more than ever…
Below is an infographic on all you need to know about the rising USD:
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